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Local committee seeks advocate to aid families

Local committee seeks advocate to aid families YOUNGSTOWN -- The Mahoning County Family and


CINNAMON DOBAY GARY CANDOR

CINNAMON DOBAY GARY CANDOR SHARON, Pa. -- Living in Masury after honeymooning at Montego Bay,


SCOTT SHALAWAY Holiday outdoors gift ideas

Thanksgiving marks the beginning of the holiday season, so it's time for my annual list of holiday


MIKE BRAUN Ohio, Pennsylvania deer seasons to start

More than a million hunters will be afield starting tomorrow as both Ohio and Pennsylvania begin


BIRTHS

St. Elizabeth Carl and Linda Digaetano, 8062 Forest Lake Drive, Youngstown, boy, Nov. 21. David


GAIL WHITE Kids learn they can't live by feelings alone

"I don't feel like going," said my 8-year-old. "I don't want to do that," responded my 10-year-


KARA ANDERSON SHANNON BIRT

KARA ANDERSON SHANNON BIRT CONNEAUT -- Kara Anderson, 585 State St., and Shannon Stewart Birt,


Something special to be thankful for

Opinion: Something special to be thankful for EDITOR: I want to express my deepest gratitude and thanks


AMY ALLSOPP ANTHONY DAPRILE

AMY ALLSOPP ANTHONY DAPRILE YOUNGSTOWN -- Amy Diane Allsopp and Anthony Richard Daprile, both of


Garbage dumps have little to do with recycling

Opinion: Garbage dumps have little to do with recycling EDITOR: I would like to make a couple of


Innovative teachers a boon for education

Opinion: There can be no doubt that the single most important factor in the quality of education children


Condo developers, officials make peace

The township zoning inspector said both sides got what they wanted. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR


"If we are strong, our strength will speak for itself. If we are weak, words will be no help."

Opinion: "If we are strong, our strength will speak for itself. If we are weak, words will be no help."


Using foundation money to offset state cuts is bad idea

Opinion: In arguing for the private Youngstown State University Foundation to subsidize day-to-day operations


ELIZABETH FLEMING JEFFREY GRDIC

ELIZABETH FLEMING JEFFREY GRDIC CANFIELD -- Elizabeth B. Fleming, daughter of John and Judy


TRUMBULL COUNTY Man calmly surrenders after hourlong standoff

Deputies weren't sure of the man's name this morning. VERNON -- A standoff at a Vernon Township


TODAY

TODAY FOOTBALL OHIO OHSAA Pairings Regional Finals DIVISION I At Akron Rubber Bowl


Some suggest live Christmas tree downtown

YOUNGSTOWN -- A permanent touch of the holiday season is among the more unique suggestions for a


NEW CASTLE County officials to review vacant jobs

The governor will appoint a new county coroner. By LAURE CIOFFI VINDICATOR NEW CASTLE BUREAU


Pupils don hats in school to help ill classmate

Pupils have raised more than $2,000 to help their classmate and his family. By IAN HILL


WPIAL District 7 finals

CLASS AAAA District 7 Championship Woodland Hills (12-0) vs. Pittsburgh Central Catholic (11-1),


JACK WOLLITZ Time for vertical angling

It's time to get vertical if you want to catch any fish now through spring time. The water is


REGION DeBartolo announces shopping center plan

REGION DeBartolo announces shopping center plan YOUNGSTOWN -- DeBartolo Property Group, LLC has


Pace is slow for progress on trail

Sections of the national walking trail are open now. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU


CARRIE FRENCH BRIAN SARKIS

CARRIE FRENCH BRIAN SARKIS YOUNGSTOWN -- A reception was held at the Maronite Center in honor of


Retail analysts surveyed say entertainment products, such as CDs, videos and DVDs, video game

Retail analysts surveyed say entertainment products, such as CDs, videos and DVDs, video game


Associated Press

Associated Press SAYING GOODBYE: A friend of Ottilie Lundgren wipes a tear as she leaves a


LAURI BRUNELLI JOHN OLIVA

LAURI BRUNELLI JOHN OLIVA FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- The wedding of Lauri Brunelli and John Oliva,


JILLIAN HICKOK WILLIAM MORAN

JILLIAN HICKOK WILLIAM MORAN BOARDMAN -- Jillian Hickok of Arlene Avenue, a daughter of Mr. and


Hermitage OKs loan for couple

HERMITAGE, Pa. -- The city will lend Eric and Barbara Graven $100,000 to help them start up a stone


Sledding still banned at Mosquito Lake park

Sledding still banned at Mosquito Lake park BAZETTA -- Sledding is off limits this winter at


TELLING THE STORY

Opinion: TELLING THE STORY Washington Post: In the past week the images out of Afghanistan may have done as


For shoppers, the hunt is on

STAFF/WIRE REPORT The initial rush was over by 8 a.m. and the last sale stereo was taped in a box


Contractor gets extension for project

The county is not satisfied with another aspect of the bridge project. MERCER, Pa. -- The Mercer


Incense sticks blamed for fire

Incense sticks blamed for fire SALEM -- Incense sticks are being blamed for a fire that resulted


PHYLLIS APPUGLIESE DAVID SCHAAB

PHYLLIS APPUGLIESE DAVID SCHAAB HUBBARD -- A reception at Fellows Riverside Gardens in Mill Creek


DEANNA LONGO TOM SPIRKO

DEANNA LONGO TOM SPIRKO BOARDMAN -- The wedding of Deanna Marie Longo and Tom Spirko, both of


HAPPY WERN GIOVANNI DICENSO

HAPPY WERN GIOVANNI DICENSO WARREN -- A honeymoon in Aruba followed Nov. 10 wedding of Happy


In his golden years, jeweler will retire

The store will close at the beginning of next year. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF


Rescue workers grateful for letters

Messages from Trumbull County residents were sent to ground zero shortly after the terrorist


POLICE CALLS Boardman, Poland

Summary of police activity: BOARDMAN Nov. 12 Criminal damaging: Someone did $35 worth of


PAMELA ONDERKO LESLIE WELLS

PAMELA ONDERKO LESLIE WELLS KAUAI, HAWAII -- The beach at Poi Pu was the setting at 5 p.m. Nov. 1


WORLD AIDS DAY Events focus on young people

The Trumbull task force formed in 1983. By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF WARREN --


Ideas concern space, parking

Most people polled favor reopening the whole street. By ROGER G. SMITH CITY HALL REPORTER


MINNEAPOLIS MasterCard faces suit over ads

The lawsuit says the MasterCard ad copied even the small details from the fans' documentary.


PENNSYLVANIA

PENNSYLVANIA Many hunters bag elk HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) -- Pennsylvania's first legal elk hunt


United States diplomacy should follow bombing

Opinion: As the United States launches the final push in the war on terrorism in Afghanistan, the Bush


Deputy is beaten

Deputy is beaten YOUNGSTOWN -- A Trumbull County deputy sheriff was treated at St. Elizabeth


WWII vet displays flag on barn

Stanley Butchar, 87, checks the 26x14 foot flag that hangs on his barn in rural Wellington, Ohio.


NCAA DIVISION II FOOTBALL Former Niles star helping W & amp;J in playoffs

Freshman Rocco Nori is making an important defensive contribution to the Presidents playoff bid.


Partnership paves the road to jobs

The program allows teens to get on-the-job training to supplement their in-school trade education.


Saving lives

A bone-marrow transplant will give Thomas Sankey an 80 percent chance of living a longer life. By


Pa. counties seek recycling grants

Both counties applied for other grants to pay for recycling education programs and a transfer


MAHONING COUNTY Fiscal forecast fickle amid cuts

A recent economic tailspin has county officials worried about next year's funding. By BOB JACKSON


COURTS

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Jerry G. Giovannone, 59, of 8351 E. Fairway Loop, Inverness,


WHAT'S DOING?

EVENTS, SEASONS 16th annual Deer Hunter's Rendezvous, Dec. 2, Pine Lake. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.


Ex-MVSD board member asks high court to remove judge

A former MVSD director is critical of a visiting judge's actions. By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR


CLUB CALENDAR

AUXILIARIES XVFW 3307 Auxiliary will meet Wednesday. CLUBS XCasa Savoia will meet at 12:30


Treasurer develops economic program for Valley

Reardon said communities can save money and the county will still collect interest on its